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Scott LaHart

Scott LaHart is a freelance journalist who specialising in food regulatory analysis for the Nordic countries for IEG Policy.

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Most Danes ready to change food habits for climate’s sake , finds survey

According to a new study carried out for the Danish Dairy Association by Userneeds, many Danes are ready to change their food consumption habits for the sake of the climate.

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Swedish food authority decides against age limit for energy drinks

The Swedish National Food Administration has investigated the issue of energy drink sales to children and has decided not to go ahead with an age limit. The reason for this is they found that young people are not large consumers of energy drinks.

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Swedish food authority decides against age limit for energy drinks

The Swedish National Food Administration has investigated the issue of energy drink sales to children and has decided not to go ahead with an age limit. The reason for this is they found that young people are not large consumers of energy drinks.

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Coca-Cola charged with breaching children’s advertising guidelines in Norway

The food industry advertising watchdog in Norway, MFU, has charged Coca-Cola Norway with violating its marketing guidelines. The violation is connected to the company’s “CokeTV” YouTube channel content.

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EU tries again to persuade Norway to cut duty on imported foods

The EU is looking to open new negotiations with Norway in order to reduce customs duties on finished products such as pizza, chocolate, soups and sauces. While the EU already sells such goods worth billions of kroner per year to Norway, it still believes that exports are hindered by high Norwegian import taxes.

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EU looks to cut Norwegian customs duties on pizza, chocolate and soups

The European Union is looking to open new negotiations with Norway in order to lower customs duties on finished products such as pizza, chocolate, soups and sauces. While the EU already sells such goods to Norway for billions of kroner per year, it still believes that exports are hindered by high Norwegian customs.

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